Yosemite Hall first new Cuarto dorm since 1965
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Yosemite Hall first new Cuarto dorm since 1965

Building on track to achieve LEED gold certification After two years of construction, the Cuarto…

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Students and Davis residents participate in Global Climate Strike to advocate climate justice
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Students and Davis residents participate in Global Climate Strike to advocate climate justice

“System change, not climate change!” Over 7.6 million citizens around the world came out and…

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Cartoon: Did you know?
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Aggies lose heartbreaker to North Dakota
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Aggies lose heartbreaker to North Dakota

UC Davis drops third straight in 38-36 road loss The UC Davis football team lost…

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Athletes have a right to be compensated, UC Davis should lead by example
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Athletes have a right to be compensated, UC Davis should lead by example

SB 206 a virtuous step toward ethical compensation for student-athletes On Sept. 30, California Governor…

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Women’s Volleyball commences Big West play with two strong victories
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Women’s Volleyball commences Big West play with two strong victories

Aggies look to continue run into heart of conference slate Heading into the Sept. 29…

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Review: El Patio
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Review: El Patio

Latest Mexican food chain pales in comparison to its competitors.   The vacant space on the…

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Humor: Unitrans L line out of service due to student’s fears of “Taking L’s”
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Humor: Freshman artfully dodges past romance in the Dining Commons
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Humor: Freshman artfully dodges past romance in the Dining Commons

“We snapchatted for a few weeks after, then he ghosted me.” In the Tercero Dining…

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Andrew Luck’s retirement reminds us of the darker side of the NFL
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Andrew Luck’s retirement reminds us of the darker side of the NFL

In a league that does too little to protect players, Andrew Luck found his happiness…

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Police Logs
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Police Logs

Intense bike arguments, terrible parking September 21 “Reporting party attempted to take pictures of [a]…

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PG&E to shut off power in 34 counties at midnight
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PG&E to shut off power in 34 counties at midnight

Strong winds, humid weather create risk for wildfires The Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E)…

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Emergency grants soon to be available to UC Davis students facing homelessness
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Emergency grants soon to be available to UC Davis students facing homelessness

UC secures $3.5 million to address homelessness, basic needs among students  New funds have been…

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An end to life tenure for Supreme Court Justices? A UCD law professor argues it’s possible
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An end to life tenure for Supreme Court Justices? A UCD law professor argues it’s possible

Expert in legal history, constitutional law discusses plausibility of a life tenure overhaul Imagine if…

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The role of professors in understanding modern-day undergraduate pressures
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The role of professors in understanding modern-day undergraduate pressures

Bridging the gap The ever-changing and unpredictable nature of college culture — especially in the…

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